Posted: 08/11/2013 at 08:01
Gary has referred to having a guide which could be referenced. I think this is a great idea.
We all would like to get faster ( wouldn't we?). The vast amount of often conflicting advice on the internet about training zones, bpm, ftp, threshold, lactate, aerobic, anaerobic,LSD, zone 1,2,3,4,5, junk miles etc etc just leaves many confused and so just resort to the old swim a bit, bike a lot, run a bit type training. If this guide could plot a course through this training maze I am sure many on here could benefit.
If its just a "sub 10" thread it will go straight over most of our heads.
As for the commercial side, I don't think that was really Garys intention.